Grand Mercure Bowral
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Heated pool
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... experienced all sorts of cultures and travelled through something like 17 countries. Now comes the challenge of sorting all the 3500 photos into some form that will help us remember our experiences.
This will be the final entry for this adventure - although we don't arrive home until the 23rd (Sydney time) nothing happens on a plane so nothing to write about.
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO TOOK THE TIME TO READ THE ...
... across the corner to a little Indian restaurant and had a great dinner. From there to the show. It was brilliantly done, the scenery and lighting were amazing. Heather was shedding tears at the sad ending. After leaving the theatre we walked nor block, following the advice of the cab driver that had dropped us there. This made it easy to get a cab and back to the ...
... and Julie Anne have gone into Mykonos for a look around so we will probably meet back on the boat to have dinner, some birthday cake and a few more additions on the drinks voucher. Apparently you get a printout at the end that itemises everything you have drunk, that will make interesting reading! Anyway, Mykonos is built on a rocky island with virtually no vegetation. It has been made famous because it is the trendy place to be for gays. Wouldn't rate high on my list of places ...
... We were met at the station and taken to the house-all very familiar having spent the whole of 2005 here.
A walk into town from the back of the house brought back many pleasant memories. After a very short time, we realised that we had developed the Aussie wave and were reminded of a slightly less pleasant aspect of this country.
A phone call to our friend in Bundanoon resulted ...
Catherine was a wholesome Christian girl. Her and her family attended church on Sundays where god was her escape from the confusing boarding school life she led on weekdays. The beautiful girl's golden blonde hair and radiant white skin were a complimentary to her friendly and supposed moral character. Her peers acknowledged her perfection with envious eyes, which ...